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September 17 2011


July 10 2011

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Soup.io will be discontinued :(

Dear soup.io fans and users,
today, we have to share very sad news. Soup.io will stop working in less than 10 days. :(
It's breaking our heart and we honestly tried whatever we could to keep the platform up and running. But the high costs and low revenue streams made it impossible to continue with it. We invested a lot of personal time and money to operate the platform, but when it's over, it's over.
We are really sorry. Soup.io is part of the internet history and online for one and a half decades.
Here are the hard facts:
- In 10 days the platform will stop working.
- Backup your data in this time
- We will not keep backups nor can we recover your data
July, 20th, 2020 is the due date.
Please, share your thoughts and feelings here.
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June 28 2011


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February 26 2011


February 16 2011


Differences in the Mechanics of Information Diffusion Across Topics: Idioms, Political Hashtags, and Complex Contagion on Twitter

Here we study this issue on Twitter, analyzing the ways in
which tokens known as hashtags spread on a network defined bythe interactions among Twitter users. We find significant variationin the ways that widely-used hashtags on different topics spread.Our results show that this variation is not attributable simply to differences in “stickiness,” the probability of adoption based on one or more exposures, but also to a quantity that could be viewed as a kind of “persistence” — the relative extent to which(...) exposures to an idea are particularly crucial when the idea is in some way controversial or contentious. Among other findings, we discover that hashtags representing the natural analogues of Twitter idioms and neologisms are particularly non-persistent, with the effect of multiple exposures decaying rapidly relative to the first exposure. 

December 23 2010


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July 21 2010


Hermann Kinder: Lesekultur wohin?

Bemerkenswerter Essay (urspr. Vortrag) von meinem Uni-Lehrer Hermann KInder über die Zukunft des Lesens im Zeitalter von iPad Smartphone und Co. Bei der Lektüre merke ich, wie viel an der Art wie ich das Netz heute sehe ich der Konstanzer Literatursoziologie, vornehmlich Hermann Kinder und Erich Schön verdanke.
Disclosure: Die Page auf der Das eingebunden ist, ist eine, die ich im auftrag des Forum Allmende e.V. pflege.

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